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Phramnarg

Topping Loveland Hill

BNSF 5437 is on the point of the Laural to Denver train as it's about to pass under the new U.S. 287 overpass near Campion, CO.

Anyone else every climb a chain link fence, poke your head and camera over the top, hang on to the fence for life with one hand while shooting a pic using a 300mm lens with the other hand? Dang those new bridges with fences! Bet I made quite a sight for passing traffic. :)

On the other hand, thank God for image stabilization (IS) or this shot would have been a total blur!!

Canon EOS 5D
Canon EF 300mm f/4 L IS
ISO 200 1/500s f/13
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